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  • Ms. P Echols *

    • New York, United States
    • Female
    • Technology Coordinator
    • Member Since: February 1, 2011
    • Each One,Teach One; Teach One, Reach One; Reach One and Touch the World"
  • My Published WebQuest(s)

  • Travel Brochure Project:southamerica
    Students will learn what makes a good travel brochure by examining commercial brochures. They will think critically about text details from a text they have read. Students will create a travel brochure that incorporates research skills and text detai
    Subject: Social Studies | Grade: 3-5
    Author(s): Ms. P Echols
    Views: 3,911 | Favorited: 4 | Reviews: (0)
  • The Math Project

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    Author(s): Ms. P Echols
    Views: 654 | Favorited: 0 | Reviews: (0)
  • Social Studies The World Made New
    Why the Age of Exploration Happened and How it Changed the World
    Subject: Social Studies | Grade: 3-5
    Author(s): Ms. P Echols
    Views: 1,055 | Favorited: 0 | Reviews: (0)
  • Human Rights
    Students will describe, compare, and contrast human rights violations around the world. Students will work cooperatively to perform close reading identifying relative details pertaining to human rights and overall effects and formulate their own ques
    Subject: Social Studies | Grade: 3-5
    Author(s): Ms. P Echols
    Views: 501 | Favorited: 0 | Reviews: (0)
  • Geometry Is Everywhere
    This webquest is all about how 5th graders can solove and even find geometric situations through out there everyday life. The students will be able to identify these things in nature, different pictures you see everyday, and even in your own home.
    Subject: Math | Grade: 3-5
    Author(s): Ms. P Echols
    Views: 0 | Favorited: 0 | Reviews: (0)
  • Journey To America: Ellis Island
    It is 1904, and the immigrant population is growing rapidly. People are migrating here from countries such as Ireland, Italy, Poland, and other Europeann countries. They came to the United States with dreams of jobs, freedom, and prosperity. Ellis Is
    Subject: Social Studies | Grade: 3-5
    Author(s): Ms. P Echols
    Views: 464 | Favorited: 0 | Reviews: (0)